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By clicking on the following link, you'll see pictures & stories about my trip. Enjoy!:) Nur uf de link klicke und scho sender i mim Reisetagebuech met F÷teli und Gschechtli. Viel Spass! :) Cliquez sur le link et vous arriverez sur ma site d' ...
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A Travel Blog entry by jennykelly from Mocoreta Argentina, Corrientes, Argentina
... the highway being under repair in so many places, it was difficult to get to the other side, but Des noticed a Hotel, Brisas Del Litoral, on the other side of the highway, in Mocoreta, and since we had already traveled 434 km that day, we decided to head ...
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Costa del Sol Iguaz˙ is the place where you can enjoy your holidays peacefully, and most importantly, comfortably.Nestled amid the impressive subtropical jungle, selva misionera, Costa del sol Iguaz˙ offers you an exceptional view of the Paranß river, ...Traveler Rating
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The colossal power of these thundering falls, viewable from both Argentina and Brazil, and accessible from Paraguay, is a mesmerizing sight: 275 separate falls in a U-shaped formation pound the water below in raging cascades with a deafening intensity.